Fort Vancouver’s Comeback Falls Short In 24-23 Loss At Ridgefield

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

After trailing the Ridgefield Spudders 21-0 in the 3rd quarter, Fort Vancouver managed to score the possible game-tying touchdown.

Trappers QB Richard Vansiclen hit Jordan Vela from 11 yards out with 1:20 left in the game to make the score 24-23. Fort decided to go for the road win, but were denied by Ridgefield’s defense.

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Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Fort Vancouver Trappers
0
0
6
17

23

Ridgefield Spudders
14
0
10
0

24

First quarter

R — Dylan Young 85 kickoff return (Matt Newman kick)

R — Young 41 run (Newman kick)

Third quarter

R — Young 8 run (Newman kick)

FV — Jordan Vela 61 pass from Richard Vansiclen (kick failed)

R — Newman 26 FG

Fourth quarter

FV — Vansiclen 1 run (Taylor Vanheck pass from Vansiclen)

FV — Oswaldo Camarena 27 FG

FV — Vela 11 pass from Vansiclen (run failed)

Leaders

Rushing — Fort Vancouver — Vela 11-104, Abdul Conteh 13-93. Ridgefield — Young 22-190, Juan Valencia 16-97, Clay Barton 7-10.

Passing — Fort Vancouver — Vansiclen 8-13-0-132. Ridgefield — Barton 6-17-1-68.

Receiving — Fort Vancouver — Vela 2-68, Robert Bain 4-40, Vanheck 1-23. Ridgefield — Clayton Farr 2-23, Young 2-14, Marcus Deal 1-30, Travis Schlosser 1-1.

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